Regina Hanel, Author
Creating Stories About Powerful Women and Love








Read an Excerpt



ISBN 978-1-61929-142-3

Formats: Paperback & E-book, 168 pages 

Publication Date: May 9, 2014 

Publisher: Regal Crest Enterprises 



Halie cringed at the horror as Sam provided details. “I’m so sorry, Sam. That must have been hard to witness.” Halie set her fork on the edge of her plate and placed her hand on Sam’s to comfort her.

“It was. I can’t get the images of her out of my head.”

The story of Halie Walker and Samantha Takoda Tyler continues a year after they first met in Love Another Day. Halie's efforts to reestablish a career while still recovering from previous injuries consume her time and focus, leaving Sam far from the center of her attention and their relationship under emotional strain. Adding to their troubles, someone unknown begins a campaign of attacks. Sam's horse Coco winds up missing, their home is vandalized, and worse. As anxiety builds, Halie's childhood friend, Ronni Summers, provides welcome support, but no one can figure out who is involved in the attacks.

Ronni's brief encounter with Cali Brooks taunts her dreams, but finding her potential soul mate again proves most difficult. As Thanksgiving approaches, a series of events bring Cali into Sam and Halie's life, and almost into Ronni's. New and old friends join together on Thanksgiving Day, but snowfall cuts the gathering short. What follows brings not only the White Dragon, but also revelation, love, and death; the question is: which is brought to whom?  


This book is available from the following distributors: Ingram, Bella Distribution and the retailers listed below.  If you live in Essex, Hudson, or Passaic counties in New Jersey, you can also request a copy to read from your local library, as part of the PALS Plus cooperative which consists of 21 public libraries and one academic library.  

Ten percent of the royalties I receive from White Dragon book sales I'm donating to various charities and non-profits (now and for the life of the book) for cancer research and research for other illnesses, in support of human and animal rights issues, for animal shelters and food banks, and others.